Functional Skills completed but not achieved

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  • Dolly the Sheep
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    Afternoon

    Can anyone clarify how you complete the ILR for the following:

    A learner has completed the functional skills aim, which they were completing as they had not previously attained a GCSE A-C or 9-4 or F/Skills at level 2.
    They do hold the relevant level required for the Apprenticeship overall, which is a level 1 F/S.

    They do not achieve the level 2, which we have claimed funding for & have evidence of learning & testing.

    When completing the ILR:
    Would you put the status as: (3) The learner has withdrawn from the aims & the learning outcome: (3) No Achievement
    OR
    Status as: (2) The learner has completed the learning activities & the Outcome: (3) No Achievement

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    Joanne

     
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    Martin West
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    As they must have undertaken the test it can only be completed with either pass or fail.

     
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    Dolly the Sheep
    Participant

    Thanks Martyn, but would you put the status as (3) withdrawing or (2) completing?
    I’m having a friendly debate as to which is correct 🙂

     
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    Martin West
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    If you put withdrawn the learner has not completed as required by the funding rules and would be ineligible for funding.

     
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    Ruth CJ
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    Like Martin says, it has to be pass or fail. Those are both Completions, not Withdrawals. A withdrawal is where someone didn’t do all the learning activity required, and wouldn’t meet the requirement to have studied and sat the test for L2.

     
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    Dolly the Sheep
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    Thank you both, I knew I was correct! 🙂 LOL

     
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